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Dr. Lisa Williams Williams to succeed Kornegay as County School Chief in 2018

The Thomas County Board of Education has named Associate Superintendent Dr. Lisa Williams as its sole candidate to succeed Dr. Dusty Kornegay as superintendent of the county school system upon his retirement which will be effective June 1, 2018.

Kornegay informed the school board in January that he plans to retire at the end of the 2017-2018 school year, and he provided official notice of his retirement in a letter to the board in June.

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Thomas County Schools Logo Thomas County Elementary Supply Wish List

Click the link below to see the supply wish list for Hand-In-Hand Primary School, Garrison Pilcher Elementary School, and Cross Creek Elementary School.



Cross Creek is hosting STEM Camp this week.  Students were challenged to create a prototype using balloons that will lift an egg.  Challenges will be presented daily for students to use problem-solving skills and their creativity.

Robotics Camp Coding and Robotics Camp

Cross Creek's Coding and Robotics Camp started today.  Students used code to create an ozobot obstacle course.  It is exciting for us to see student enthusiasm in using technology skills. 

DAR National winners DAR Winners

Cross Creek had several students place in this year's DAR contest.  Several students won awards at the local, state, and regional levels of competition.  At the national level of competition, third-graders Drew Jones, Nolen Taylor, and Braden Cray placed 3rd in the banner category and Katelyn Bradshaw placed 3rd in the poetry category.  Fourth-grader Kinsley Rhodes placed third in the stamp design category.  Congratulations to all of our DAR winners.

Buzz Holding Book Facing Right 2017 Summer Reading Challenge Information

The Thomas County School System wants students to READ this summer!  Did you know that students can have up to a 2-3 month loss in reading ability over the summer?  It's important for students to spend time sharpening their reading skills!

Each school has developed a summer reading challenge for students.  We would like for students to read for 15-30 minutes everyday this summer.  The guidelines and requirements vary by school.  Please click the link below for more information about each school's guidelines.  If you need more information, please talk to the media specialist at each school.  The guidelines are for the school the students will be attending in the 2017-2018 school year.

Guidelines for all schools

Click here for information about programs at the Thomas County Public Library this summer!

Free eBooks are provided for all students this summer -- Click here for more information

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